Twenty years ago this month, Tim Berners-Lee published his proposal for the World Wide Web. Today, Google has released with illustrator Christoph Niemann a project called "20 Things I Learned about Browsers and the Web," an online guidebook to browsers and the web, written by the Chrome team.
Once you've loaded it in Chrome or any up-to-date HTML5-compliant browser, you can even disconnect your laptop and read it offline. You can also jump directly back to the page at which you'd previously left off, search for topics that you'd like to read up on, or even view it in "lights off" mode. If you're on Chrome's beta channel, you can try Chrome PDF viewer a test drive in the "Print book" section of the guidebook.
Here're a few features of the book experience that we're particularly excited about:
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